In this video, a slow father-daughter dance at a bat mitzvah turns into a lengthy choreographed extravaganza. This isn’t the first dance medley at a formal function we’ve seen, of course, but it may very well be the most awesomely awkward.
When sleep strikes a child, it can do so at the most inopportune time, even in the middle of a tasty snack. But the adorable kid in this video doesn’t let that stop him as he snoozes and noshes on an ice cream cone at the same time.
Bill Gates and Warren Buffett may be billionaires, but that does not mean their entrepreneurial skills serve them well in the sports arena.
The duo decided to test their luck with ping-pong by going up against 16-year-old Ariel Hsing, who recently qualified for the US Olympic table tennis team, at the Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting this weekend.
In this heartwarming video, disabled Gulf War vet Arthur Boorman learns how to walk again through a yoga program designed by former wrestler “Diamond” Dallas Page. No word on whether Boorman also mastered the art of DDP’s “Self High Five.” (Come on, wrestling fans, you know what we’re talking about.)
Sean Leonard and fiance Shannon Smith Moore, the couple who stole a foul ball from a little boy and made him cry during a game between the Yankees and the Rangers on Wednesday night, recently spoke to ABC and said they were completely oblivious to the drama playing out right beside them. Do you believe them?
It’s always exciting to see a young prodigy rock out on a musical instrument (especially since we can barely carry a tune ourselves). But six-year-old pianist Ethan Walmark is all the more impressive since he has Autism Spectrum Disorder and has been playing songs by ear since the tender age of four.
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